By Doris RufOn Mar 01, 2019 Resume Templates
The core issue is that a resume must be a useful document to its readers. You must provide relevant, concise information. Always bear in mind that any prospective employer has their own specific criteria. You must address these criteria in full. If you dont, computer screening can discard your application. There is no such thing as an all-purpose resume. Obviously, your basic information will be similar, but you will need to modify your resume for different employers. Research the employer’s business! Use the employer contact person to get as much information as possible about the job. This can save you from some major blunders and provide very useful information. More is not necessarily better in terms of amount of text. Stick to solid facts, without adornment, unless additional information gives you a clear advantage.
Remember this is where you will be judged. You need to add an impressive resume objective statement. Take care to construct the lines. It should not be a paragraph. One or two lines are sufficient. Try not to sound too vague. It serves as a pointer to the position you want to see yourself in. Do not use generic soft skills like ‘hard worker’, ‘team player’, ‘dynamic’ etc. Surely the employers expect these of you but do not like to read them on the resume. In the personal section include names of your parents, your date of birth, passport details, languages known and their proficiency level possessed. Finally try to limit your resume to a maximum of 2-3 pages for fresh graduates. Remember, that there is no harm if your accomplishments are over by the end of the first page. It is wise not to ramble.
A typical fresher resume fresher resume layout is pretty simple. Name and contact info header- Large standard font, all easy to read. Career objectives Optional, and not necessarily useful. Keep this section brief and clear, if included. Qualifications Spell out relevant information. Check to make sure you are providing all the information required and clearly define your skill sets in terms of application requirements. Use the same keywords as the job criteria to get through computer screening. Software skills This is a common requirement for many employers and a major checklist criteria item for some. Relevant practical experience Projects, internships, related academic work if applicable. Ensure you address the employer’s high priority requirements in this section.
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